Serviced Apartment in London when seeing the ‘Age of the Dinosaurs’

Why not try serviced apartments in London if you’re bringing the family to London whilst you’re seeing the Natural History Museum’s ‘Age of the Dinosaur’ exhibition. It’s proved highly popular since it opened in April 2011, and there’s still 2 more months to see it if you haven’t already! (closes at the Natural History Museum on September 4th 2011.)

Anyone who is fan of Jurassic Park will love going to London to see the ‘Age of the Dinosaur’ exhibition which transports visitors back 65 million years to Jurassic lagoons and Cretaceous forests. The exhibition took over a year to prepare and will run alongside the museum’s already extensive existing dinosaur artefacts. Probably the most alluring part of the visit will be the chance to see the animatronic displays. When visitors first arrive they feel the throaty bellow of the ‘camarasaurus’ vibrate beneath the floor, while further down along the dark exhibition space an agile but deadly ‘gallimimus’ gesticulates aggressively. The exhibition also showcases various dinosaur fossils as well as fossils of plants and water reptiles. Not forgetting one piece of fossilised dinosaur faeces, from which prehistoric leaves have been extracted.

The Natural History Museum is one of London’s most popular attractions, especially for families. It is over 100 years old and is one of the world’s leading museums on natural history both in its expertise and its vast collections. The purpose of the museum can be summed up by the museum director Michael Dixon, ”We promote the discovery, understanding, enjoyment, and responsible use of the natural world. Explore our world-class collections, fantastic exhibitions and cutting-edge research online, or visit our landmark buildings.”

For a family visiting, staying in a London serviced apartment is an ideal choice. First and foremost you can get the whole family in the same apartment. Parents can get their own room for a bit of privacy or peace and quiet, and also you have a separate lounge from the bedrooms so you don’t need to be stuck in four walls like you would be in a hotel. Another added bonus is the use of a fully fitted kitchen so you can cook whatever the kids, with their eating habits, like!

There are plenty of serviced apartments in London options around the Natural History Museum in the Kensington and Chelsea area. To find the best options for your stay, why not get in touch with Serviced City Pads and see what serviced apartment options can be provided.